I don't need to point out that before WWDC there were those on one side saying iOS was stale and needed a design overhaul, that skeuomorphism was dated and ugly. Then there were those on the other side saying "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". The thing was that last week, most people seemed to favour a move away from skeuomorphism. However, since the unveiling of iOS, the vocal majority seems to dislike the new simple, flat look. So, what I thought would be interesting would be to find out whether, purely on a design basis: You wanted a cleaner design and liked what you saw in iOS7 You liked the old style and hated what you saw in iOS7 You wanted a cleaner design but didn't like what you saw in iOS7 You liked the old style but liked what you saw in iOS7 You generally disliked iOS before and you still dislike it. I'm talking overall look - icons and all. I haven't used it yet but so far I'm farm more excited by the look than I ever was by previous iOS versions.